new prints and into the berry bramble

A print from my drawing From Within is now available in the shop.

I just love the frame, which was a lucky discovery in a second hand shop. The gold just glows.

Yesterday I was going through some of my older work and I was inspired by the imagery and textures that I was using. I think I might revisit the idea of the white fox (oops I mean wolf). I just love the texture in this piece, I used imprints of antique lace in the paint. Phantom lace, if you will.

Beautiful color inspiration on a lazy Sunday.

I can’t believe these luscious colors exist, all on one berry bush (and apparently a big black snake thought so too, he was slithering up in the bramble). There was the brightest magenta paired with baby blues, in berry form, growing together simultaneously.

Does anyone know what type of berries these are? They were growing amongst rose hips, in a meadow besides a pond.

19 replies on “new prints and into the berry bramble”

  1. Wow, Sarah…the print is beautiful. It’s so stark and haunting. Perfect for the time of year, I suppose. And I just love your fox painting. 🙂 Unfortunately, I am not certain as to what types of berries those are – but they look like little spotted eggs. Sincerely, Theresa

    1. Thank you Theresa! Thanks to another reader the berries are called Porcelain berries. And, as it turns out, they aren’t too nice to have growing in the wild here in the northeast. Its a shame, because they are so pretty and I like to admire them.

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